qs,

Since you strike me as a consistently analytical person, I will offer my analytical POV.


Your approach to this problem is one of businesslike coldness.

The issue isn't one that can respond to data management, or a bullet-point list.


You need to get in touch with your emotional side, and let your husband into that part of you.

His emotional need is........AFFECTION.


There is no business approach to that, qs.

Look into your heart and touch those things that went to sleep when you entered business school.



Warm them up.




And let your husband see them again.



Those are the things that will save your marriage.




And get some lingerie. Follow the marketing advice on what to do with it. dance2







SB


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Recovered.
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Our new marriage began that day. Not easily, but it did happen.